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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

Educational. OOTSCRAY SCHOOL OF ARTS AND DESIGN. i' New Quarter eommenced on October 5th. '..Subscriptions 2s 6d. per quarter. Classes meet every Friday 7.30 p.m. Drawing taught in all its branches. Ladies classes separate. John Deakin, Secretary. T HE FOOTSCRAY MECHANICS' IN ,.' .. STITUTE AND FREE READING ? .ROOM AND LIBRARY. Ma~eneit's SuvscRPTrroN-2s 6d V QUARTER Open every. evening from 7. till to. Daily, WVeekly, and Illustrated Papers, Scien tific J-?unals, and Magazines on the Tables. The lending library contains 2uno volumes. Literary and Debating Class every Monday. School of Design every Friday. . - P. M. SALMON, Hon. Sec. W. H. HEATHCOTE, (Organist at St. John's Church, Footscray), S TEACHER of PIANOFORTE AND CABINET ORGAN. Town address - Beaufort House,' Drum mond-street North, Carlton. " - :;--Local address-Mr J.° C. C. Schild, Hyde t:reet; Footscray. . SOUTH MELBOURNE COLLEGE, BANK STREET, EMERALD HILL. ' PRINCIPAL:: THOMAS PALMER; B.A,, Honorman of Melbourne Universi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

Death. GOOD.- On the 5th inst., at Moore Street, Footscray, Joseph Henry, the second son of John Good, aged 12 months 14 days.

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

ROUND THE,,W ORLD. . ivY At FooTS6kAYAN. " :'I dare say som .f.otlr'rAdei e ýichetrd the story of the Aiuernca cotflin?ad fJeewisli ptrentage, wihoseniiainie atv ronatlin Ihc Levy. 'Pfelt sohetshing: like thnit indliid?al on visitinig theýf'l'ind" of iliteiiliountain and flood?'.:Not ith. nmy cognomie tiyuiblledlAidn as I 'amhoifin, well say Mr So-atilt-ino litt in American biy irtlih, i Australian by education, and above all, Victbiihin'' ehredl;and of Scotch despite the many attractionc of dear Edclna, or vwret Edinbro ad'it istorei: famtiliarly called,; iy hart longeid tolisit the-to irltello-iicil ground where tiy dear' parents play)ed' : children -vhere tin :ifter ::years'th imi ii?l those who.i ent befoie them, as no idubttlitihirs will also do, and whispered the:old; old stody ,1 warm,;true, pure hthi in l'ovue. An\d what wc ould: the worl-d he- ithout- it=whatilo fc live and toil and strive for linbut a taste oftmor tl' lore hirce, :nid a long eternal sunshine of inmmortal l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

NEWS B-:OOK, STATIONERY,: :TOY, . FA ,NCY GOOS " %IMPORTER NICHOLSON 'TRFET" FOOTSCRAY ,;,: SEASON ISS34? AAUSTRALIAN'ý? ; :. ,? ! AUSTRALIAN. CHRISTMAS :: FOR HOME, FRIENDCRIST..MAS C: h > t II;': : I RISTMAS LonCARDS o., CARDS LAARDS .AUSTRALIAN-:' :,: " '.:. AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIAN - .. ;i a NEW- EA * NEW YFAR NIIOLSON. SARD. FOTSNEW YEAR -., ^ '" ? : CARDS ': , .. C., , "ARDS - . . FOR HOME FRIENDS FOR HOME5FRIENDS SFOR HOME FRIENDS Mail rL vaving Melbourne November Sth, . Arve in London December 0othy, Large Assortment of NEW and Beautifsl Designo i 4lAUSTRALIAN '' . : ,...: . -. CHRISTMAS''- - { . .. ARDS Suitable .for sending to friends in the ,O Also a 'Great V anety of ' A erican ian CHRISTMAS &' NEW SEAR CARDS Now on View at ,Bookp 5an:cd Stationery Warehouse, '. ICIIOLSONrSTREETtFOOTSCRAY : (Neixt Inf deui t Office) ) . Aileautiful Selection of . EIRTHDAX CARDS 1 i; *"- . Alwmas in stock.: S.1lO\IE' S.A\- I .IS MONEYC' - ARED. fI AUSC N A D7NI).1 OLL'Y,: ::FUIXIS...

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Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

Lodge Fixtures. COURT RISING SUN, A.O.F.-Monday, 26th November, Belgravia Hotel, at 8 p.m.-"A. P. Mitchell, secretairy, Errol street IVY LODGE, U.A.O.D. No. 5o. - Mornday,! 26th November, Exchange Ilotel,at 8 p.m.- Ed. Miigeli, secretary. ST. JoHN's PROGRESSIVE UNION. On. Tuesday, November 27th Royal Hall, 8 p.m Messrs. F. Read and C. Walden, secretapies. RosE OF YARRAVILLE, G.U.O.O.F. -Meet at the Church of England Schoolroom, Yarraville, on Wednesday, November 28th, at 8 p.m--J. Palmer, Secretary. INDEPENDENT ORDER - OF RECIABItA ES, HAVELOCK TENT,. NO. 8s.-Meet :at Wesleyan School-room, Hyde strect,.eyery second and fourth Tuesday in the : n~inth R. Pearce, secretary CROWN OF SUCCESS LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. -Monday, November 19, at Belgravia Hotel Geo. F. Sutherland, Secretary, Leeds street. LOYAL FOOTSCRAY LODGE, M.U.LO.O.F.,' No. 563IL-Monday, November 19gth, i at Lodge Room, Royal Hall, at 8 p.m.. AMATEVt- PARLIAMENT.-Every Monday at. Mechanics' Institute, at 8 p.m.-Mr. D. * Warren,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. (Incorporated by Acts of .the Victorian, South Australian and Western . Australian Parliaments.) CAPITAL - . ,?,oooo oo In 20o,ooo Shares of £5 each. CAPITAL PAID-UP. ....................?800,000 RESERVE FUND........ ....;. .320,000 FOOTSCRAY:: BRANCHII :. CORNER OF. HYDE:AND NAPIER STS. Bills Discounted. i -Deposits received and: Interest allowed •:Drafts issiued on England and the Colonies. Banking businesslin all its branches trans acted:. Tons .CoLtioun, Manager.. .The Footscray and Williamstnown Loan Iank has been opened at the Auction Rooms of Air P. At. Salmon, Nicholson Street, Footscra. The mrianaer will attend for transaction of business every T.'l' day morning, from to to ra o'clock. ., Loans granted on pert sonal or other securities from £?5 upwardns repyable. by weklyormonthly instalment. T. L. PEMBERTON, Ma3nager. ' P. r. SAi?MON, Agenot N.B.-The agent will attend to all business dtring absence of manager. Dressmakers. I CU H BE...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

-4-"--1--- THIS DAY.-Shops, Cottages, and Land: at Yarraville.-P. M. Salmon, Auctioneer. THIS DAY, at 4.30 o'clock, Sale of Second - hand Furnhitue at -Indeendett A?Auction Rooms. J. M. Barr, auctioneer. THIS DAY, (NOVEMBER 17TH.) --At Three o'clock on the ground, 36 Allotments °of Land, Williamstown Road and Alfred Street. Crews and Arkle, Auctioneeis. SATURDAY, NOV. 24Tl.-At Three o'clock on the ground, Moreland Street, Footscray. J. M. Barr, Auctioneer. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER' 30.-At 2 o'clock, p.m., at the rooms, Collins-street, Sale of Crown Lands.-Gemmell, Tuckett and Co., Auctioneers.

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

O-.DAY'S nMATCHES, _OQoTSCRAY V. EsSENDON --O a the ground of the former. The flowinig will represent Footscray ;--ln(rtl, Deao, English (a), White, Mitchell, Nupweek, Mcl'hail, Harrison, Gat lagn d Ipl Spetce c mergency-J. Pattinson. FIooTscR~Y V. Ricu?tosn (2nds).--At Footscray. The following are requested to meet behind the Preshyterann Church at 2.45: -Copplestone (2) Dean, Scott, McMastet, French, Bennett, Shepherd, Harris, Berrick, and Johnstone. FIOOTSCRAY V. KOROROIT.-On the gtw'nt.? of the latter. Footscray team ittet ?t l'e J,'nt Office at 2 o'clockli-oaeg. Hunter, Kelly, llanify, FO.. Mc.tc)ougall 12), Mills, Hanna, Hntph~ i l tx l?ters, Govan, James, Upton, it fl??. aud McLeod. AllkAYi.t.L v. WEST SANDRIaG?L-At Sandridge. The following will represent the Varraville, who are requested to meet at the station at 2.15:-Griffiths, lromily, Stone (2), Bell, Comben S., Boyd, Murray, While, Digney and Bennett. 1'ARRAVILI.E V. W.STr Eii:q.--.ig fy 'w: ing are requested to mce a, ...

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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1883 The Law of Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

"ONWARD AND UPWARD'" FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I7, 1883 The Law of Libel. BY receint "erieuicd, bothl i Ne1i South Wales and Victoria; the public have found out that if they desire to have a true, and fair, as well as an im partial record of current events-an ac curate statement of the news of ithe day given in the newspapers, it will be necessary that the laws of libel as.af fecting the press must be revised,.or the constantly recuirring actions at law against the proprietors of newspapers, will tend either to keep the press?in terrorum, and prevent honest criticism, and consequently will lead to thees tablishment of a venal press--one-of the worst curses that can afflict a civil ised community. For if, through fear of pecuniary loss and damage by malicious prosecttioin, ..the..press, is gagged by- powerful .or wealthy ofepd ers.agaiqn pa puic.go right, ;thiee door is opened at once to te" w.q~s~ 'qrn0 qf bribery and corruption--that trning of the watchmen-of.liberty into dumb ...

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CRESCENT UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

' f;ESCENT.NO:ý ~s-` Collon. c Cnmpbell~b Corby_ t' Hayton, run out Skinner, cBritt, b Corby " Hayton b Curby Cu.ie, it B..o.., Jack, run out Co by . NO ,not out "" ': Conway, b Boyd -".o Sundries, Total, 38

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

, ;:":='",Iews in f Brief: - . New Zaltiid tri-'zen meat is briging 5J4d.: per pound in London. Mr Mfoncure:Con0waiy is ' drawring large houses in Sydney. .'The Honi:AlfredalDealdin has assumed the office of Solicitor General. The "rail"ivay f Tfrm -alarooak to aYea will be opened on Tuesday, next. .. . Maijor Sargooil seeks re-electijn for ihe South nurrd Province as linnister of Defence., A 'di.mond' thfeld has been discovered iin New South Wales. The Hon. Di.rL.-L. Smith-is winning favoi in his canvas for theFNdrth Eastern Province. iSteps are being taken for raising the Militia. Volunteers will be invited to re-join. :Mssrs J. Blyth arid Bruce, thei newly·-p. pointed Comminsi ners, took. their seats onthe: I 1arbor 'rusfon V elnesday: " The axle of ithe railsay carriage which broke. on ithe, ?sendon -, line .was. of English manufacture. - Attempt5 are being made in" London to fit out a scientifis exploring .l.arty "for .New i ; In another column.is rotified a sale offirni "tore ...

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CRICKET. YARRAVILLE V. CRESCENT UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

CRICKET. YARRAVILLE V. CRESCENT UIOanc. This match was played last Saturday, in'the. Royal Park. 'The Yarraville captain won the toss, and sent in his men to bat, they managed, on a very bad wicket, to tot up 35, McDonald G. and Comben being highest scorers with It and 8 respectively. The Union going in totted up 38, of which Haythorn made 14. Corby and Boyd bowled well for the ormner as did Collison and Lanty for the latter. The follow ing are the scores : L Y, RRAYILLE. McDe nt c J., ajack, h Alhorn r t, bee It, b. Cotitin . 8 : dctonald I' e Lanty,, b Coiti ts . 6 (;tffith, Skinner b Collson Corby, c Skinner, b Collison . ' -, lilahon, b Lanty .. Campbc, b'Lanty . . ioyd, b Collison o' Andrews, N Collison . ; -o: BrLtt, c Lanty, b Coll oh .. -.!: Hutchinson, not out . e _. . . "".i .Sundrijs, . S -

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THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

ft'IljNGS TO Ltf REaSEal.tEtlt. 'Than lih may hlp scaledtouch easief by fir. dlipping them iqto .oiblingwater for q m?po?t: That nrilk which his soutad may be'epdered fit for use again by stirring in a little sult. That a table spoon of turpentbiec, boiled with your white c!olhes will greatly aid the whit. That. petroleuim 'ilil soften boots andt shops wllich, thavo been hasdenetd by .water, and render theni mapliableas new. That petroltcmt will make your tea kettle as bright as new. Saturate a woollen rag and roub with it It will also remove stains from clean varnished furniture. That fresh meat beginning to sour will sweeter IT p laed ' og ti asro in 111 cy)J qi! over night; . tt f . l. It That salt will crtdle new millk, hence ihe salt should not be added until the-dishbLe prepared.! :

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Volunteering at the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

* Volunteering at the Cape: By ZULU. KoKSTAD, sometimes, even in South African papers, wrongly spelt with a final T,. was named after Adam Kok-who was, (I intended to look him up thoroughly in the Public Lib rary, only the races spoilt me), a celebrated Dutchman, for further particulars, see any bio graphical dictionary or encyclopedia, thoug what he did, or didn't do, doesn't very materih ally affect this veracious narrative. His re mains lie interred under a rather handsome. sarcophagus, which stands in the middle of the township. The principal part of the inhabit ants are "tottics" (Hottentots), as a rule they are not a bad featured race, more especially the women andti girls, but in complexion, they resemble a Spaniard, rather badly allicted with the jaundice. Yellow ochre is about the color, ani the beauty of it is, they think. themselves incomparable superior to a genuine "'Nig,' altho' of course the fact of the tar brush, dipped in a milder solution," having been smacked abou...

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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

TIME' TABLE 11 "ARJB J.LE -SIELUOURNE ` 51ELBOURN;,! rYARRAVILLE. ;, I 7. a.m~ n.m a. m. n On' X'ao ,.- . " ns" m a '524. 5S'7 530 .4001 4 xý4 5 59- ".6'o-716 15'.6 : :.555: i t6, 6 , sq.9':'7, . -7-O.25 .6.35` . 46 6.49. 7 291 73 1745 70 0.7l 700 4 B 29 B 8 2 S~ So io'-8: .4 6i 59. 9:15;94 1,.8.30 ,8-41-- 8:44; 60?9' 953? 9:45:,. .9.:0: ,,904 "_91 954;;..957. 2300 930 941..'944, 00z7.' :z0 30? ?i043 5n,'io o4-j 01 io`1ol )7010'4: 09:39..0'' :7s"" .31250513 ;,20:30" .:0441;10 4 965 3° .220503 404; 1044 B~al: ° ' " . 1 m.' -p m.- . mn', p p8m. 4p0594. !013 4 5',5 r- .1?34 4959 I~ra .o,.; )00. n'049{OO4 .09 1.5j 30. ,z ,4'2 1[24. 259:'113- 0.1i0)3~05 1930- 5,4-A4 110r44 .:9'' ;;013; "ý..45 7 °t 1 %1 00 .9 i4 s9. . .75' ,3. 330 '3'4!1 "4 4 4.37 _.4.45' 4'40 :'41.4 14' 5;: 1)" 093 , "5'.7 ;:.; 40303 {4,441 -4-44 51.50?90rg 5,1, 5. .:.5.45T. 1 510. 04 65S9'e 3:37, ! a' 775)1iS' :.-'6.0 -I56!41:"' 16t44? 959? ."7 0 .' 903745- ;-0.:5 '7:a6. ti7719, l909 39,93 ' 9-'455; 1.9. .1 y; " 14. 9 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

" INSURANCE.-. : TICTOIRIAINSURANCE COMPANY, rCAP ITAL: L00,000 ooo . iChairman, Hon.lIHENRY MILLER., -f~' FIIRE; MARINE LIFE, andGUARPANTEE S't"'SjOSEPR COLiE;S trccia:.j S.:- f. CL¢gx, Agen forFoo!s.h: EOLONIA"C)LO':IA L'.MUTUAIRE IFEN ? C ANCESRNCOMPAN (Limited) ijT R:OFITS ENTSDIVIED;WITII. TIIOSE INSURED.?i ý Principal Of ices-.::;: ' k , and 86 Collins stree.VEST1 Melbourne.:; EIRE MARIINE I ITEOLITYES" AND GUAISaITEELINSURANCE5 LACCEi-rctp AT LO ESTr CuRICUREN RATES ýOr;PRiEuIIIuM infornlion Ftro `be obtainedfrom `"':?I' IIElhIE COLONIAL'? MUTUAi L LIFE The Hon. So) OeorgeInno lm ri t C :.,; .Thc Flue: Si~ir rh6-ti Mi 1 rr tb S.:LD';'K.GDI. The lion: Thoom. Holm ilo esko; I:"..L D :iil - .Tim Rey. Ii lom kn, MA. Lnihrton' Chnrin .: :_.Tne lon.'1ioo UPveimeM; LL, Moooho Idlboorm Dchput)-C-hainninnri 4,rri?: ·lri rrItii. "r. ,i Thel1on.I A.:1 CI nk, SDI P -illbamstowo;:z 4.S 'Georgo,Wichori, MDdboumn.' s :_ :]-Y: ii-. Uiyron'o,·dl·ooo . 'T: Joquin Dlrlan F-S S,,;11 uulhn g Ii r...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Henri Rochefort. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

'DISTINGUISHrD STATESSIL" [, .. - T. T], . - - 'p ro, fte' rcai so :lfn ' rin t atn liwltt;irJ : r iý fv i . -ti: .1 '=;Aft'riv ccasi iri' chi? onnhction with h thi F maroa , }new lout nl asndi rr'ihe'= name ofthe Lacinire ?,is created, rith Roche appearance of-i smsallP Ijnniplit in 1rcd coris crsdand" is-ih :i lirit"eni"rss vcc upon thiemt: The bIold accusatiions tli'bt ,the fist.'nfiimber contained :,ainst Iim serialism caused iuite a sensationiF id. throughout'thecountry'the iwonider was thatafiiy 'citiiz ?shoiuld'bi boli' deidiogh' to ipubliish such'fiedc ini etist .agiinst tlhe Go6'~siiiiesit' r Th .ie?i/erii" begiihin to th sir id lihftinto every cornerf f' Frlnce" 'th'tusanids' of coplies ofithe ,brigtly shining pamphlet were boight up.' Men W. rd to be-s censtanding in small groups discussing .the, dangerous. opTnions thrown out by.the .editor.,-llut tlie im ienrsdl ticcessrhwhi:h the,'paper, were necessary2ltInstead of lsining as a light in the French firmament, it be gan ...

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Only a Common Soldier. A DOMESTIC SKETCH, CHAPTER II. A SOLDIER'S RETURN AND REMORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

Ornyo:axommon Soldier. =A DOMESTIC SKETCH, BY CLARENOI LINDEN. CHAPTER II. A SOLDIER'S RETURN AND REMORSE. 'And as a hare, who orns and hounds pnursue, ' Pants to the place from whence at firslt it flew. I still had hope-my long vexations past - Here to return and die at home atlast." Tile soldier then related his story, which was to the following effect. S" My name is James Ross, and I was thirty threeyea:rs of age last birthday. I am a native of this very town, and so were my father and mother. I have only one brother, Bob, and he is ten years younger than me. When I left school-which I did with credit, be it said, at the age of fourteen-I was sent to a situation in a merchant's office, in which, for a consider able time I gave every satisfaction; but all too soon the gilded enchantments of what the world calls pleasure, (in the lace of the best example and kindest treatment'at home.) Will-o-the wisp lured me in their train, and with my naturally eager and sanguine temperament it ...

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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

THE: LOOKOUT',. `:."' I here iis - b?en a-: rit -t t-Str me, RoIsshire, in, the Highlands of. Scot Iand, arid ten: poor fellowis are lyig in" Ediniburgh. jail for the attempiit. to stop the runninmg ofSunday trains through theirci quiet glens ivhlich 'they had been taught: to believe -.were desecrated by this noisy demoii- of traffic. The solemn gloom ,of thei Sabbath ''which was sacred even frofi the :whistleo bfa boy ,or theq-lsight¢ of -any: book inore entertaining than" .'Hervey's medita tions; amnongst the tombs," had been broken into by thc;screi i of the loco motive, and Itijheir. ojd venanter zeal they. tried: by forco to.slop.the trains, and so cairy out the dictates' of their creed 'hndtconscience in the stern and unconmpromising manner of their forefathier' 1 .Theresulti of this law breiking is that these men are im prisonedl :'id·i turied into martyrs for the'lfgith and thefish trains run just as be9r;, :in despite of the futile attempts to stop them. The poor misguided ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 November 1883

Correspondence. Whfils: initcing cmmunioo tionoand free c's:u.oeonon . questioos of public interest or ulility the poprie. tory will neithcr identify nor hold themseles roponsible for the opinions exprersed.. The le o ldt addreoo of the writer moust he sent with etach letter a guarantee of good faith ; but the editor trill exercise the right of striking out any objection. able or personal references foreign to the question at issues

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